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MIL-M-45945A
4.4.3.9 Machine
guns.
The contractor shall furnish the Government repre-
a.
sentative with certification that the packaging materials
conform to the applicable packaging data sheets and
specification.
The contractor shall test items from each inspection lot
b.
as specified in MIL-P-116.
4.4.3.9.1 Repair  parts. Testing of packaging of repair
parts  shall  be  performed  in  accordance  with  the  criteria
specified in the contract (see 6.2) .
Inspection  equipment.  The  inspection  equipment
4.4.4
required to perform the inspections specified herein is
identified in 4.4.2.2. Contractor inspection equipment designs
shall be submitted for Government approval as specified in the
Designs which provide variable measurements instead of
contract.
attributes data are preferred in order to facilitate the use of
statistical process control. The provisions of MIL-A-70625 shall
apply to all automated acceptance inspection equipment. See 6.2
herein.
4.4.4.1 Responsibility.
Unless otherwise specified in
procurement documents (see 6.2), responsibility for acquisition,
maintenance and disposition of measuring and test equipment
required to perform inspections prescribed by applicable
specifications  shall  be  in  accordance  with  MIL-I-45607
4.4.4.2  Accuracy  of  standard  measuring  test  equipment
(SMTE)  When  commercial  and  modified  commercial  test  equipment
is used it shall be capable of repetitive measurement by various
experienced inspection/test personnel to an accuracy of l0
percent  of  the  total  tolerance  of  the  characteristic  being
Accuracy is a term which describes the closeness of
inspected.
test measurements to the true (lab) measurement. Accuracy is
normally defined by the two factors, systematic error (or bids)
and  precision  (repeatability).  Systemtic  error  (bias  is  the
difference between the average (means) reading in a series of
measurements and the true lab measurement. Precision
(repeatability) is a measurement of the closeness togrther of a
series  of  measurements.  For  the  purpose  of  this  effort,  the
precision will be defined as the standard deviation of the group
of data being analyzed.
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